MANCHESTER — A soldier who lost parts of all four limbs when an improvised explosive device detonated under him in Afghanistan is moving into a Maine home that’s adapted to his needs.

A foundation set up by Hollywood actor Gary Sinese is welcoming retired Staff Sgt. Travis Mills and his family on Wednesday with keys and an iPad for his specially adapted “Smart Home” in Manchester.

The Michigan native has come a long way from the day he nearly died in April 2012.

He’s the fifth quadruple amputee from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to survive his injuries.

These days, he’s making it his mission to help other wounded warriors, hosting a camp for them in Maine and traveling the country as a motivational speaker.